Monthly Archives: May 2015

Richard Prince: borrowing talent, selling a lie

Careful what you upload to Instagram. You just might wind up an inadvertent and uncompensated collaborator to serial fauxtographer, Richard Prince. Prince seems to have built a career by profiting from a fine line that most artists, writers, and harried … Continue reading

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Memorial Day 2015

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Pseudo-post Sunday

It’s a beautiful day where I live, hope it’s reasonably similar where you live…and rather than wasting spending the next few hours tapping out my biased yet brilliant decon of the culture we all loathe love, I am instead embedding … Continue reading

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Andy Warhol and the 64-bit treasure hunt

Just over a year ago the Andy Warhol Museum announced something the art world couldn’t have anticipated: the recovery of numerous works by the pop-art maestro unseen for nearly 30 years. Of course, discovery or rediscovery of lost masterpieces isn’t … Continue reading

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Too many to remember, too execrable to forget

Hat tip and thanks to online comedy purveyors Above Average for┬áproviding a timely if flippant reminder that history abounds with calamitous jackasses. The debut episode of their edifyingly educational web series, Forgotten Assholes of History is up (as well as … Continue reading

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